Turn it on, gas heads: The Grand Tour, the Amazon-based reality show hosted by Jeremy Clarkson, James May, and Richard Hammond, is set to return for another trip.
After the launch of the fourth season on Friday, December 13, 2019, it is clear that the series has undergone quite significant changes.
Although Amazon has not officially announced anything about the future of the series, some teams have posted posts on Instagram that seem to confirm that the Grand Tour will not end soon.
Discover everything about the fifth season of the Grand Tour here …
when we can expect season 5?
Given that only six months have passed since the release date, there still seems to be a year and half remaining filming, which means fans can expect another season or two of the Grand Tour.
Producer Andy Willman also said he wanted to make a difference on the Grand Tour, so we’ll keep you updated on what’s new.
The fourth season is still starting, however, with further special offers in 2020, as announced on the Grand Tour’s official Twitter account:
The fourth season focused on adventure and exploration
In the fourth season of the Grand Tour, important changes were made to the format. The show went from traditional luxury audiences to something more focused on adventure and exploration.
This means that they demolished the popular “tent study”. As Clarkson told the audience at the end of the third season: “Even if the tent is gone, the Grand Tour continues.”
What did we saw in season 4?
In Season 4, the gang travels to a variety of impressive locations, including Cambodia, Thailand, Laos, Myanmar, Vietnam, Malaysia, and Singapore. Top Gear fans will remember Clarkson’s first trip to Southeast Asia, where it sparked controversy in Burma.
No information on the Grand Tour gang’s destination has been released – although Clarkson et al. Want to follow on social media to update filming occasionally.
However, given last season’s focus on Asia, it can be assumed that the fifth season will take the team to another location – perhaps a continent closer to home.